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Letters

Pleased with good service at JPJ counter

From Y. S. CHAN of Kuala Lumpur

Nation

New feat for abused victims

Just two decades after the Domestic Violence Act was passed, a judge has fleshed out the law by awarding damages for domestic violence. This is good news for every member of a household, regardless of gender.

Letters

Report all forgeries to police

A letter from DR RAJ KUMAR MAHARAJAH, Medical Practitioners Coalition Association of Malaysia, Putrajaya.

Nation

Technician’s engagement dreams dashed after car crash

JOHOR BARU: Hairul Azwan Ahamad had been preparing gifts for his engagement this coming Hari Raya but the ceremony is now on hold, as the 23-year-old has become disabled after his car slammed into a trailer.

Nation

Boy quits school to help family but ends up paralysed after accident

KULAIJAYA: Out of love for his struggling mother, a 17-year-old stopped schooling and went to work to support the family.

Community

Employers say their profit margin is too low to hire full-time guards

THE majority of security guards hired to look after housing areas are not afforded full-time status because of financial constraints faced by their employers. Security firm licensee Mohd Sudirman (not his real name) said their profit margin was not even 15%.

Letters

Move to produce better bus drivers

From Y. S. CHAN of Kuala Lumpur

World

Lufthansa says not obligated to report crash pilot's medical record

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Lufthansa said on Monday it was not required to inform German aviation authorities about Andreas Lubitz's former depression because he qualified as a pilot before stricter reporting rules went into effect in 2013.

Nation

Luck runs out for bogus doc

FOR four years a bogus doctor had treated and dispensed medicines to unsuspecting patients in Kuala Lumpur but her luck ran out on Saturday, reported Harian Metro.

Nation

MEF: Sick employees triple cost for bosses

PETALING JAYA: Employers need to fork out three times their usual cost whenever an employee falls sick, said Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) executive director Datuk Shamsuddin Bardan.